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Old 05-26-2004, 08:14 AM   #1
Nauseous
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rx/tx values


hey all..

i'm trying to install rrdtool on my 5.2 freebsd box, everything has gone fine until the point now where i need to monitor the rx/tx values...

within a perl script i'm declaring a variable (my $in = `netstat -nbI ed0 | awk '/Link/ {print $7;}'`
returns data, but not just an integer alone.

typing:

netstat -nbI ed0|awk '/Link/ {print $7;}'

from a command prompt returns the correct RX Integer Value only. no more data.

what am i missing to get this command to return the correct value from within a perl script??

thanks in advanced
 
Old 05-26-2004, 02:06 PM   #2
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Edit: Ooops, I misunderstood the question...

Well, what extra data is returned that you don't expect? Give an example of the value of $in that you believe is incorrect.

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